Location: 19 Eagles Landing Lane, Las Vegas, NV

Square Footage: 16,789

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms

Price: $10,500,000

This newly listed Mediterranean style mansion is located at 19 Eagles Landing Lane in Las Vegas, NV and is situated on. almost an acre of land. Built in 2007, the home features a circular motor court with fountain and landscaped grounds. There is a total of 16,789 square feet of living space plus additional exterior living space. The formal yet quirky interior features an array of different colors in every room. There are 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2-story great room with large fireplace and wet bar, formal and informal dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, catering kitchen, 2nd floor dining area with balcony, home office, gym, 8-car garage, numerous balconies and terraces, outdoor fireplace and BBQ area, swimming pool, fire pit and more.

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the exterior. Besides French inspired homes, Mediterranean homes are my favorite! The rear exterior is impressive and the full-lengthy terrace on the 2nd floors makes for quite the statement. The interior definitely has a lot going on color wise, but I kind of don’t mind it! It’s elegant yet informal at the same time.

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  • Grrrowler

    I do like the exterior of this. I’m curious how solid it looks in person, but it’s interesting in the pics. I would get rid of the statuary flanking the front door, although being welcomed by semi-nude figures upon arrival isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

    The interior needs to figure out what it wants to be. There’s a rather generic living room (with terrible armchairs, and statues), a French-ish dining room (with statues), a muralled breakfast room (with statuettes), a Ventian-style study (with no statues!), a 60s mod space of indeterminate use, a fairly modern master bath, and some sort of orange room. Each room isn’t terrible on its own (OK, the 60s mod room is), but together it’s somewhat schizophrenic.




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  • Linda

    I agree with you on the interior, all over the place. Seems odd there are no daytime photos of the exterior only the interior. But the kicker on this property is the rear yard, completely surrounded by another house, cut off from the golf course and visible from the side and front….no privacy here. Over priced for sure.




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  • Daniel

    Exterior ain’t bad. Interior feels like a movie set – the solidity and permanence isn’t there. The mint green is a laughable color choice. Favorite part is the master bathroom.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    This home does have historical taste, and the decor in furniture is a good choice. I would not use that much green; however, some of the walls are delightfully artistic.




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  • John Fernandez

    I am not surprised at the strong reaction to interior COLOR in this residence, but I can shed some light on the inspiration. I am the designer for the entire project, both interior and exterior. The home was designed and decorated as an Italian Villa. A common theme in the grand houses that I toured in Italy is the intense use of color. They are just not afraid of color! They also like their fountains and statues. Having said that, the “seed pod” green used throughout the public rooms, while intense, is more subdued in person. This is a really tough color to photograph. The house, with all of its plaster moldings, freize’s and cornices is definitely opulent. The good news for someone craving a more serene vibe is that paint is easy to change.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Great job, John! 🙂




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  • Eric

    I think it is just gorgeous..inside and out. I love the colour (green is my favourite), and the butcher block counter on the kitchen island is beautiful. I am very glad it is not all beige and brown. The Zuber (is it?) paper in the dining room is a great timeless look!




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  • Venom

    I can’t lie, this is kind of cool.




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  • Leon Goins

    Finally, a mediterranean house that isn’t all tan and brown. Ilove the green coloring with splashes of red in the curtains, etc. And since I’m gay, I really like the unclothed male statues and paintings. And that Le Corneau (sp) range in the kitchen is to die for! Only room I would change is the 60’s room, but easily changeable. I see this as an adult home; I can’t see raising a family here, I say WELL DONE Mr. Fernandez!




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  • rob

    More fountains!!! More statues!!!




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